Motherhood: Crazy and Good
In this issue you read a touching poem about a wife’s yearning for her husband. Then there are reflections from a reluctant mother: “I Didn’t Want Kids, But I’m Glad I Got Them.” She doesn’t say it, but the piece reaffirms the age-old notion that there is something holy in the mundane duties of life.
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- Editors’ Note
- Deadly, Healing Medicine
I had to ingest poison if I hoped to live. /
- A More Genuine Sympathy
Our hope is particular, personal, and unapologetically material. /
- Mystery at the Heart of Life
The secret life of cells /
- ‘If Two Be One’
The thoughts of a devoted wife when her husband is away on business. /
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